What Ukraine's forces found looks to be a containerized command post that is part of the Krasukha-4 mobile electronic warfare system.
A complete Krasukha-4 consists of two vehicles, both based on the 8x8 KAMAZ-6350 truck, one with the electronic warfare (EW) system and the other carrying the command post module.
Regardless, the loss of even one-half of a Krasukha-4 system could be significant for Russian forces from an operational perspective.
There are reports that Krasukha-4's jamming system can emit powerful enough beams of RF energy to physically damage sensitive electronic systems on certain targets.
It is possible that this is due in part to concerns about the loss or capture of these systems.
This conflict is likely to produce a massive treasure trove of intelligence for the U.S. government and others, in general.
They may, of course, have already come across another example in the course of the conflict in Ukraine or through other, unrelated means. »